By PSU, I suppose you mean Power Supply? I think I had this kind of problem a long time ago with Windows. In fact it was mostly happening with the mouse wheel.
If I remember correctly, it had nothing to do with the Power Supply but with the Sound Panel.
I think it was related to PHONE or something like that. I know it is kind of vague but go in Alsamixer and try muting things around to see if it changes anything.
Well, kind of...
As you suggested, I went back to: http://mimasgpc.free.fr/openbox-menu_en.html
I downloaded the menu.xml from there and removed the <path-to-exec>/ and it still didn't work.
It also states on the site that:
Openbox-menu will use applications.menu by default. If you want to use another menu description, ie lxde-applications.menu provided by lxmenu-data, just add the filename as argument.
So I modified my menu.xml to:
<menu execute="openbox-menu lxde-applications.menu" id="desktop-app-menu" label="Applications"/>
And it worked!
I also tried with kde-applications.menu and it works too.
I tried with applications.menu and it stopped working.
Bottom line, even if /etc/xdg/menus contains the 3 .menu files, it won't work with applications.menu.
So now it is working with lxde-applications.menu and it's good enough for me...
Thanks again and I hope it can help others too!
Thanks for that quick response!
I tried your menu.xml with no luck... But!
I installed obmenu-generator and it works!!!
I still don't know why openbox-menu doesn't work but at least I know I can use obmenu-generator...
So thanks again for your suggestions and if anybody else has a clue for openbox-menu, let me know.
I installed Arch with Openbox (like Archbang but I wanted to take the long way...).
For the menu, I want to use openbox-menu to see my Applications.
Since I already have Archbang computers, I copied menu.xml from one of them.
But when I right-click and point to Applications in the menu, I get:
Menu not found. Please specify a menu specification file.
I get the same result in Terminal either as a user or as root.
These are the "menu" packages I have installed:
[philippe@phil-bureau ~]$ pacman -Qs menu local/dmenu-xft 4.5-1 Dynamic X menu - with xft support local/gnome-menus 18.104.22.168-1 GNOME menu specifications local/gnome-menus2 3.0.1-1 GNOME menu specifications local/libdbusmenu-qt 0.9.0-2 A library that provides a Qt implementation of the DBusMenu spec local/lxmenu-data 0.1.2-1 (lxde) freedesktop.org desktop menus for LXDE local/menu-cache 0.3.2-1 (lxde) Caches to speed up freedesktop.org's application menus use. local/obmenu 1.0-9 Openbox menu editor. local/openbox-menu 0.3.6.6-1 Dynamic XDG menu for openbox local/openbox-xdgmenu 0.3-2 fast xdg-menu converter to xml-pipe-menu
Openbox-menu comes from AUR and the menu.xml is a copy of my Archbang installation. And yes, openbox-menu works like a charm on Archbang. So what am I missing?
Any help/ideas/suggestions are welcome!
I have a home network of 6 computers: 3 Archbang and 3 Windows XP.
Up until January, everything was working fine, every computer could see each other and their shared folders.
I browsed my network with Nautilus and I have bookmarks of Windows XP drives that are used frequently.
On one of the Windows XP computer, I do my nightly backups with Cobian.
That's where I discovered that I couldn't browse my network anymore, Cobian failed the backup on the Archbang computer it needed to.
So now, Windows XP computers only see other Windows XP computers and Archbang computers don't see anything...
A strange thing is that bookmarks in Nautilus are still working if I want to access Windows XP folders, but no one is able to access Archbang computers (even the other Archbang computers).
Windows XP computers are never updated but Archbang computers are updated regularly.
Did something changed with Samba? There was an other update this morning but it didn't fix the problem...
I played around with the smb.conf, tried other configuration I found on the Internet, but nothing changed.
The only 2 minutes of hope I had was when I decided to rename my WORKGROUP to something else, I could browse the network (but still not access Archbang computers) until I rebooted one of the Windows XP computer for a second time. Coincidence?
So, to sum it all, I need to see my network again and be able to access my Archbang computers again.
Any help/ideas/suggestions would be greatly appreciated...
p.s. I know my way around computers but I am no expert. Let's try to keep it Linux 101!